In this tutorial we will build a Raspberry Pi ADS-B receiver, this will allow us to track flights within 100-300 miles (160-480 km). The distance your receiver can see will vary depending on your location, line of sight, etc. We also set this up so you can track...read more
In this guide, I will take you through on how to setup Raspberry Pi port forwarding on the router and also setting up Raspberry Pi Dynamic DNS. Both of these complement each other, but port forwarding is very important if you want web applications accessible over the...read more
A Raspberry Pi web server makes for a great lightweight Web Server. It can handle a small amount of traffic and lightweight scripts making it fantastic for a home server or an area you can learn web programming languages such as PHP. The Pi can even handle WordPress,...read more
As you probably know, there are two different sorts of Raspberry Pi camera's the normal camera, and then there is the Raspberry Pi Noir camera. In this guide, I will take you through the pros and cons of each of the cameras so you can acquire the one best for your...read more
This Raspberry Pi webcam server tutorial will take you through on how to have your very own Webcam that is visible on a web page. If you’re after more of a security like system, then check out the Raspberry Pi security camera tutorial as it features fully-fledged web...read more
In this project, I am going to set up a Raspberry Pi Mumble server for those who haven’t heard of mumble before it is an open source VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) chat software that provides you with a low latency high-quality voice chat. You will find that...read more
The XBMC (Kodi) Raspberry Pi is the best way to turn your little Pi into a fully-fledged media center. Even better is that it performs pretty when it comes to playing music, movies and TV shows. In this project I will take you through all the steps and information you...read more
If you just followed my Raspberry Pi time-lapse guide, then you probably want to know how to turn your images into a fantastic video very much like the example below. If you're just starting out and need to follow the guide you can find it here at Raspberry Pi...read more
You can use the Raspberry Pi and the Pi camera to set up a pretty cool time-lapse machine. It will take photos every minute and timestamp them, so it’s easy to string together to create one stunning time-lapse quickly.read more
Learn how to set up the NOOBs operating system installer to your SD card. It’s probably the easiest and fastest way to get an OS ready for use. We go through everything you need to know and mention any extra bits of equipment that you might require.read more
On this page, you will find plenty of tutorials ranging from simple beginner projects right through to the more advanced projects that require a fair bit more work.
All these projects are a great way to learn more about both the fundamentals of the Raspberry Pi and also how a Linux operating system works. By doing some of these projects, you will even start to learn bash, PHP, Python and lots more programming & scripting languages.
You will learn how to install and use some great tools, entertainment software, and much more. A few examples of what you could do include things such as a retro game emulator, network attached storage, cloud server and so much more.
If you’re looking for more beginner Raspberry Pi projects then be sure to check out the page on it. The projects are pretty easy to complete requiring minimal coding and terminal interaction. The intermediate and advanced tutorials, however, will need a fair bit of programming, Linux commands and also possibly the use of GPIO pins.
If you’re just getting started with the Raspberry Pi, then we have plenty of information to help get you started. The Raspberry Pi getting started page will take you through all the basics that you will need to know about starting out with the Pi.
Also be sure to check out the guides page as this has an ever growing range of tutorials on how to do specific things with the Pi. This guides page includes tutorials on port forwarding, getting started with GPIO pins and so much more.
If you’re looking at pimping your Pi out or just looking at buying a Pi, then be sure to check out the Raspberry Pi accessories page. These accessories are a great way to both increased functionality and make your Pi look awesome.
I also take a look at Pi kits such as the kano kit. This package is excellent if you’re interested in getting kids into coding. It will take them through the steps of putting together the Pi and also how to code in Linux. It also has plenty of interactive games that you can play through.
I hope you enjoy all the Raspberry Pi projects on this page, be sure to check back in the future as I have many more projects on the way.
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